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Dr Athanassios Bissas

Dr Athanassios Bissas
Contact Details
Dr Athanassios Bissas

Head of Subject

Carnegie School Of Sport

0113 81 23598 A.Bissas@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

About Dr Athanassios Bissas

Dr Bissas graduated from the University of Athens, Greece in 1993 with a BA in Physical Education and Sports Studies.

He then moved to the UK where he gained an MSc in Sport & Exercise Science from Leeds Beckett in 1995. In 1997 he started his PhD at Leeds Beckett and for the following three years he worked as a part-time lecturer.

In January 2000 he moved to York St John College to work as a Lecturer in Biomechanics & Sports Technology. In March 2002 he returned to Leeds Beckett as a Lecturer in Sport Biomechanics.

Current Teaching

Dr Bissas currently teaches BSc Sport & Exercise Science, MSc Sport & Exercise Science and MSc in Osteopathic Sports Care.

Research Interests

Dr Bissas' recent research has included "Biomechanics of sprint running", "Strength/sprint training neuromuscular adaptations" and "Measurement and evaluation of strength/power".

Selected Publications

Journal articles (4)

  • Hanley B; Bissas A (2013), Analysis of lower limb internal kinetics and electromyography in elite race walking.. Journal of Sports Sciences, vol. 31 (11), p. 1222-1232.
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  • Paisis P; Hanley B; Haventidis K; Bissas A (2011), The effects of military boots with and without a shock-absorbing insole or the kinematic characteristics during uphill walking and running. International Review of the Armed Forces Medical Services, vol. 84 (2), p. 19-24.
  • Hanley B; Bissas A; Drake A (2011), Kinematic characteristics of elite men's and women's 20 km race walking and their variation during the race. Sports Biomechanics, vol. 10 (2), p. 110-124.
  • Hanley B; Smith LC; Bissas A (2011), Kinematic variations due to changes in pace during men's and women's 5 km road running. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, vol. 6 (2), p. 243-252.
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Chapters (1)

  • Hanley B; Bissas A; Drake A (2011) The Biomechanics of Efficient Race Walking. In: Hanley B; Bissas A; Drake A World Race Walking Research. FHV Bansk√° Bystrica: Univerzita Mateja Bela, pp. 171-192.
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